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Massive effort to curb Freetown filth

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Massive effort to curb Freetown filth


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Anthony Toban Davies maintained “it’s a statutory mandate by the Environment and Protection Agency of 2008 as amended in 2010 that every developmental project should include community developmental action.”

He stated that the project was essential and timely as the rains have started coming, in that vein cleaning the environment will prevent lots of environmental disaster, he noted that the Milla Group financed cleaning exercise protect lives and sanitized their operational community.    

Coordinator for Milla Group of Company and Fisher Lane community, Francis Abu stated that the exercise undertaken by the community people and Milla was a way of complimenting the effort of the government to clean Freetown city.

Chairlady, Fisher Lane Community commended Milla Group for the timely responding, she also disclosed that Milla Group has been supportive to their  community, she added that the drainages have been cleared, a thorough prevention for us,  we are in the raining season, she ascertained.

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